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Features that help us understand text, pictures, captions, table of contents
A feature that identifies the concept or main idea of a paragraph, section, or page
a text feature which lists, or announces, a narrower topic under a heading
Explains what is shown in a picture or illustration.
pictures, maps, and diagrams meant to present hard-to-understand information in a clean, organized way
Pictorial illustrations of numerical data.
a visual display of observations or data
A drawing with label that shows parts of something or how something works
A chart that is used to show the sequence of events in order.
way in which text is organized
A list of events arranged in the order in which they occurred
Organizes information to explain what results from an action or an event
An organizational structure in nonfiction texts, where the author typically finds the similarities and differences between two objects.
An organizational structure in nonfiction texts, where the author typically presents a problem and possible solutions to it.
How the author feels about the subject.
Sources of information NOT primarily in written form (example, pictures, television and radio productions, films, live performances)
An original source-such as a work of literature, a historical manuscript, an interview. The source was at the event being written about.
Any source other than a primary source. The source was not at the event being written about.
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